Size and Fit


Use the guide and sizing chart below to determine your size. If you have any questions, or are in in-between sizes please contact us for a sizing recommendation.


Sizing varies between all the different compression garment brands. For best results, measure and confirm size when trying a new brand.

Choosing the Perfect Arm Sleeve Size for Maximum Comfort and Support

Are you tired of uncomfortable arm sleeves that don't provide the support you need? Look no further! In this guide, we will help you choose the perfect arm sleeve size for maximum comfort and support. Whether you're an athlete looking for that extra edge or someone who suffers from arm pain or swelling, finding the right fit is crucial. With our expert tips and advice, you'll be able to find an arm sleeve that not only fits perfectly but also enhances your performance and aids in recovery. We understand that every individual is unique, and that's why we will walk you through the process of measuring your arm and determining the ideal size for you. Say goodbye to sleeves that slip down or feel too tight. Say hello to the perfect arm sleeve that provides the right amount of compression and support. Don't let discomfort hold you back from achieving your goals. Join us as we dive into the world of arm sleeves and help you find the perfect fit for maximum comfort and support.

How to Measure - Arms

To get the most accurate measurements it is best to have a therapist, professional fitter or friend measure your hand and arm for you. First, relax and bend your arm slightly in the elbow. Your arm should not be completely straight, nor fully bent. With each measurement, pull the tape around your arm to the point of gentle tension. For size precision, we recommend to measure using centimeters.

Index Finger: Let your fingers relax, measure the circumference of the knuckle on your index finger.

Palm: Measure the top of your palm, just under your knuckles.

Wrist: On your wrist, measure over the little bone on the outside.

Forearm: Measure the fullest part of your forearm.

Bicep: Measure the fullest part halfway between your elbow and your armpit. If you have any extra skin here, gather it together as much as possible. You should hold the tape a bit tighter here so that all your skin is encircled evenly.  

Length: Measure your arm length from approximately 2 finger widths (~1" / 2.5 cm) below your armpit at the top of your arm to where your wrist meets your hand.


How to Measure - Legs

For best results, have a friend help you take these measurements in the standing position. Measure the ankle circumference, the calf circumference (just below your knee), and the leg length from below your knee to where your foot meets the floor.